Marcus Rashford applauds Anthony Martial superb Crystal Palace display

Marcus Rashford applauds Anthony Martial superb Crystal Palace display
Marcus Rashford applauds Anthony Martial superb Crystal Palace display

Marcus Rashford has applauded loads of praises on Anthony Martial for a wonderful performance in the actualization of their victory against Crystal Palace.

Marcus Rashford has applauded Anthony Martial’s display and scoring capabilities after the Red Devils capitalized on their Selhurst visit to revitalize their Champions League hopes.

United has of lately proven to having a very good front-line, with the pairing of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and wonder-kid, Mason Greenwood providing great results in converting goals.

The attacking trio has in the recent past received a bag full of applauds for their displays as they once more delivered last night.

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Rashy opened the scoreline in a composed manner after his left-footed Cruyff Turn successfully deceived two Crystal Palace defenders along side the goalkeeper.

Minutes later the English man was found nutmegging a pass across to fiery Bruno Fernandes who slid the ball down to Anthony Martial as the Frenchman ‘fired past a hopeless Vicente Guaita’ to seal their victory.

With Ole Solskjaer already praised the Frenchman stating he has truly proven to deserve the Number 9 jersey, Marcus Rashford after the yesterday game couldn’t hold back his comments.

“Anthony Martial has done a lot work today and makes himself available to receive the ball,” he told BT Sport.

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“It is always good when your strikers can score.”

Being as well very much pleased with the results yesterday, Rashy went on to say, “Every game for us now is a big game, we were scoring goals for fun before Southampton and the last two have been difficult games. We had to work double hard to win today,”

Speaking about his Goal, Rashford said: “I am trying to be clever inside the box and find half a yard to get a shot off. We have been improving in our pattern of play. The beginning of the game was very tough.

“We have to go and win every game, that has been the goal for the past few weeks but today has been good to refocus.”

Source: Standard | Goal | BTsport

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